15 MARCH 2010

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Article from BTNews 15 MARCH 2010

South West gets London transport pass

AIR SOUTHWEST, which flies to London up to six times daily from both Plymouth and Newquay airports,  has launched the sale of Visitor Oyster cards on all its flights into London, giving customers quick and easy access to the capital's public transport network.  Oyster is an electronic transport smartcard which enables passengers to pay for journeys on the Tube, Docklands Light Railway, London Buses, Tramlink, London Overground, Thames Clippers river services and on all National Rail services in Greater London.  The airline is four times daily to Gatwick, and twice daily into London City.  Richard Gooding, Chief Executive of London City Airport said: "This is a great partnership that we hope to see repeated on other scheduled services into London City”. www.airsouthwest.com

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